Hohokam | Chicago Reader


Like the other indie projects in the unfortunately tagged “mumblecore movement,” this video drama by local writer-director Frank V. Ross is an intimate, seemingly improvised character piece, short on plot but long on authenticity. Allison Latta and Anthony J. Baker are totally believable as an aimless but likable Arizona couple who work dead-end jobs, live in a stultifying apartment complex, and don't seem to notice because they have such a fine time with each other. The sense of a lived-in relationship carries this for most of its 72 minutes, though the occasional friction between the leads never develops into anything; when the credits roll, the movie feels like a subject without a predicate.


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